How Dallas will screen Dealey Plaza visitors for JFK tribute

I missed this article from last month ago in which Mayor Mike Rawlings says people won’t be excluded because of their views. That’s good news.


  1. Thomas says:

    The security for this event will be better than for President Kennedy when he visited.

  2. George Simmons says:

    I hope that the Mayor is genuine when he states that he wants everyone, irregardless of their point of view on the situation, to sign up for tickets.

    However, I feel there will be a fear amongst the organisers that there could be some kind of demonstration or poster etc which draws peoples attention to the fact that many still believe that JFK was a victim of a domestic conspiracy.

    I hope they will allocate the tickets on a random basis, as they have stated.

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